The retired Pittsburgh Steelers great James Farrior has put his Tarzana, CA, estate back in play.
It's now available for $4.5 million. The former linebacker and two-time Super Bowl champ, with his wife, Iman Farrior, who is also the listing agent, purchased the newly built abode in 2018 for $4.22 million. Last summer, it was on the market for $4.65 million.
The gated, one-story residence in the San Fernando Valley boasts six bedrooms, 7.5 bathrooms, and 7,000 square feet of living space. Set on a large lot, the parklike property is entered via a circular drive.
Inside the exquisite estate, the interiors are filled with luxe details, like European oak wood flooring and natural marble.
The chef's gourmet kitchen is equipped with Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances, a Carrara marble center island, three ovens, espresso maker, and a butler’s pantry with a sink. Around the corner, a conveniently located, temperature-controlled wine room stores plenty of bottles.
The master bedroom offers a spacious indoor-outdoor sitting area, as well as a fireplace. The suite also includes two large walk-in closets, and the enormous master bathroom comes with a large soaking tub with a window, a shower with seating, and double vanities.
The additional five bedrooms are all en suite, including the separate guesthouse.
Other highlights include a large media room with a full screen, a formal dining room, living room with fireplace, and an open-air courtyard with a fountain.
The outdoor space is equally fabulous. The immaculate grounds feature turf, citrus trees, a heated pool and spa, an outdoor kitchen, and fire pit. Two covered patios make the perfect place for entertaining family and guests.
The address is also within walking distance of the nearby Whole Foods, and minutes away from the Westfield Topanga Mall.
Now retired, Farrior played college football with the Virginia Cavaliers under the legendary coach George Welsh. He earned All-ACC first team honors in his senior year, while also graduating with a bachelor's degree in psychology.
In 1997, Farrior was selected eighth overall by the New York Jets, where he spent five seasons as an outside linebacker. As a free agent, he joined the Steelers, where he became a two-time Pro Bowler and earned two Super Bowl rings.
Iman Farrior with Compass holds the listing.